yokel Posted January 13, 2006 Share Posted January 13, 2006 Hi All We have been listed in the SpamCop Black lists for (as I understand it) sending misdirected bounce emails. http://www.spamcop.net/w3m?action=checkblock&ip=188.8.131.52 I have read the FAQ'a and Guidelines on what to do to stop these bounce emails occuring in the future and I "think" I have rectified the problem. However I am not confident that I have completely prevented the relisting of our MX record. Our current setup uses an Interscan box to do AV filtering and spam flitering, this Interscan box then relays (internally of course) mail to our exchange servers. As interscan seems to be incapable of checking the validity of the destination address before accepting the email, I have set exchange to not NDR. Additionally I have also removed a notifications to people who's mail has been classified as spam by interscan. Which should stop any NDR's and automated replies (for spam emails). Is this the correct approach? Also I am confused about one aspect of the misdirected bounced email concept. We still have virus notifications and automatic replies( for 2 email addresses only. These auto replies are only generated if a mail is sent to a specific email address. However I can see that the virus notifications and the above auto replies could still have the reply to address, spoofed, and subsequently the response is sent. Would this still contravene SpamCop's guidelines? If so could you please suggest what action I could take to modify the above setup. Thanks Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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